Mr. Speaker, the facts are very clear, and they were clear long before last Monday.
There were two letters indicating that Commissioner Zaccardelli was about to change his testimony. One was even addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Safety. The minister's officials knew that the commissioner was going to change his testimony. In addition, Commissioner Zaccardelli says he told the minister himself directly.
Why, then, is the minister continuing to maintain that he knew nothing? How can he continue to deny the truth?